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investigated by the occ and determined by may to have sustainable allegations. ~ chief suhr made the following findings and imposed discipline as follows. in the first case which was a neglect i have duty case in violation of department bull pen 11-0 97, which is san francisco, the san francisco police department traffic stop data collection policy, an officer made a traffic stop of a bicyclist who ran a red light and the officer did not collect traffic stop data. : we found that this was a violation of the stop data policy, however, the chief determined that this was not a violation t. was a policy failure because sfpd data collection policy specifically refers to vehicles, not bicycles. ~ this case demonstrates the narrowness of the police department traffic stop data collection policy since it can be narrowly interpreted to apply only to vehicles. in other jurisdictions, there are broader stop data collection requirements that apply to all stops, not just traffic stops. so, since it was a policy failure, the officer was not disciplined. neglected duty -- >> the chief [speaker not understood
soon to remember boston one week later while chief greg suhr is calling for more surveillance cameras. >> i'm not talking about monitoring them full time, during these major events when we have thousands and thousands of people. >> reporter: san francisco police chief greg suhr is making a major push for more surveillance cameras along market street. >> i don't think there is a person in this country that didn't watch the events of last week unfold and watched on video. so it would be nice to have that advantage here in san francisco. >> reporter: chief suhr says he is thinking a lot more about security because of a couple of upcoming events. the run is next month and the starting point is market street. >> i think the best way to go is to find out what we already have and to fill in the blanks. and i don't think we need to reinvent the wheel. i think there is already a lot of cameras on market street. >> reporter: we captured a lot of them with our camera, business owners we talked to are in favor of the chief's idea and so is one person from the running community. >> our biggest con
, with chief suhr and the commission, we have it with you, the men and women of the police department. and i can vouch with this, having hatraveled as mayor brow and witnessing all the other cities and what they are going through. there extreme jealousy of our city. we get the best people that live here and work here and a part of this great teamwork we are building in san francisco. and not just what we are presently doing. but building for the future. and in working for the chief and the police officers association. we have already established a six-year hiring plan. many cities across the country haven't figured out how to do that. we have did so. this january i was so proud to see 43 additional officers graduate from the police academy. how long ago have we seen that happen. we are investing in you, the police department. because we know that if we have a successful police department, one that is growing, and one that incurs faith and confidence from residents and friends and businesses. we will be that much more successful. it's my personal pleasure to join you today. i have a couple of
chief greg suhr is giving up his push to arm officers with stun guns. he withdrew his proposal. chief sur said officers need sob -- chief suhr said officers need to be armed. the decision leaves san francisco as one of the last major cities in the country that does not arm its police with stun guns. >>> suspected carjackers running from the highway patrol caused this watery scene in san francisco. it happened just after 3:00 a.m. at van ness and union street. the nissan that hit the hydrant also crashed into a minibus -- or rather a muni bus. the chp says the car was carjacked a few days ago in modesto. officers spotted it this morning and that's when the chase began. the suspects ran from the scene after the crash. >>> vallejo police are investigating a scene that left four people wounded. police responded to shots fired at 10:00 last night on mini drive. that's not far from sonoma boulevard. police say someone in a car pulled a gun and opened fire. it may have been as many as two gunmen. more than 30 cases were found at the scene. they were large caliber pistols and police say the v
the cameras on a major thorough fair there. >> reporter: good afternoon. police chief greg suhr says he hopes to take early lessons he is learning from the bombing and apply them here on market street. we talked to the chief less than an hour ago. he is floating an idea to install police security camera. [please stand by for captioner change] suhr is proposing having police monitor cameras at large events. >> i think you first have to start off with a plan. we need some sort of engineer to tell us what would work and this we need to find out what is most efficient and go from there. >> good idea from the standpoint of being able to monitor a crowd because of what happened in boston which was totally unexpected. you have two individuals with backpacks. you can't tell until you go through the film. yes, good idea. bad idea from the standpoint there will be individuals saying is it invasion on privacy? >> reporter: reporting live in san francisco, rob roth, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, rob. >>> students on the campus of san francisco state are back in class this noontime after a bomb scare
because of who showed up at the job site. >>> san francisco police chief greg suhr is giving up his push to arm officers with stun guns. he withdrew his proposal. chief sur said officers need sob -- chief suhr said officers need to be armed. the decision leaves san francisco as one of the last major cities in the country that does not arm its police with stun guns. >>> suspected carjackers running from the highway patrol caused this watery scene in san francisco. it happened just after 3:00 a.m. at van ness and union street. the nissan that hit the hydrant also crashed into a minibus -- or rather a muni bus. the chp says the car was carjacked a few days ago in modesto. officers spotted it this morning and that's when the chase began. the suspects ran from the scene after the crash. >>> vallejo police are investigating a scene that left four people wounded. police responded to shots fired at 10:00 last night on mini drive. that's not far from sonoma boulevard. police say someone in a car pulled a gun and opened fire. it may have been as many as
police chief greg suhr is dropping a proposal to equip some of his officers with stun guns. kron 4's j-r stone spoke with chief suhr about the restrictions. he joins us now with more on why the chief decided to end his push for tasers. >> pam, two words for you.possible restrictions. these are restrictions that could be put on these tazers. that is the reason why the chief is tabling this. during last year's public meetings there was so much talk about who you could and couldn't shoot that he didn't think it was worth it. i did ask the chief if he was frustrated by what has happened because at one point pam he was so behind getting tasers to some of his officers. he tells me he doesn't frustrate easily but does say there is a moral obligation that the department keep looking for something for something that is portable and less lethel. >> pam: does the chief have any ideas of what that may be? >> almost every other police department in the bay area uses tasers. the san jose police department arms its officers with them. the department issued tasers to every patrol officer in 2004. it b
: the city already has dozens of cameras, but police don't actively monitor them. suhr is proposing after officers watch the cameras on market street but not around the clock. >> i'm not talking about monitoring them full-time, just during these major events. >> if we have an ability to make people safer, that conversation needs a public discussion. >> reporter: public defender says he has concerns over privacy rights. >> having a surveillance camera on a public street, particularly where you have a lot of social protest, could create a chilling effect, because people aren't going to want to be seen. >> reporter: still, suhr says surveillance cameras would help san francisco, as they did boston. >> i think everybody needs to remember. they made the boston case on video. >> reporter: suhr expects to address the issue of cameras on market street at a hearing before the board of supervisors on may 2. reporting live in san francisco, rob roth, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> hayward police have obtained an arrest warrant for a suspect in a deadly shooting late saturday night. the warrant names 26-y
victory parade. greg suhr said he would like to see more cameras on market. >> when we invite, tens, if not hundreds of thousands of people to fill up our streets, it wouldn't be a bad idea. >> reporter: the city already has dozenses of surveillance cameras, particularly in high crime neighborhoods, but police don't actively monitor them. >> i'm not talking about monitoring them full time. just during these major events. >> if we is have an ability to make people safer, that conversation needs a public discussion. >> reporter: the public defender says he has concerns over privacy rights. >> having a surveillance camera on a public street, particularly when you have a lot of social protests, things like that could create a chilling effect. people aren't going to want to be seen. >> reporter: still, suhr says surveillance cameras would help san francisco as they did boston. >> i think everybody needs to remember, they made the boston case on video. >> reporter: chief suhr expects to address the issue at a hearing before the board of supervisors on may 2. in san francisco, rob roth, kt
1 million people came to the san francisco giants victory parade. greg suhr said he would like to see more cameras on market. >> when we invite, tens, if not hundreds of thousands of people to fill up our streets, it wouldn't be a bad idea. >> reporter: the city already has dozenses of surveillance cameras, particularly in high crime neighborhoods, but police don't actively monitor them. >> i'm not talking about monitoring them full time. just during these major events. >> if we is have an ability to make people safer, that conversation needs a public discussion. >> reporter: the public defender says he has concerns over privacy rights. >> having a surveillance camera on a public street, particularly when you have a lot of social protests, things like that could create a chilling effect. people aren't going to want to be seen. >> reporter: still, suhr says surveillance cameras would help san francisco as they did boston. >> i think everybody needs to remember, they made the boston case on video. >> reporter: chief suhr expects to address the issue at a hearing before the board
espinosa who was killed in the line of duty april 10, 2004. chief suhr is no longer with us this evening. he's head today an event at bayview station in honor of officer isaac he espinosa. i'd like to adjourn in hon r of both isaac he espinosa and [speaker not understood]. we have a young man from the mission district that graduates and goes to louis and clark high school to play football and he's killed over an alleged misunderstanding, someone thinking he's a gang member. so, in their honor we adjourn. do i have a motion? >> so moved. >> second. >> adjourned.
suhr said today that for now he is giving up on a program to arm 100 officers
chief sur an opportunity to say a couple words. thank you, chief. ~ suhr >> so, when supervisor cohen introduced thomas, i was looking for him, but he didn't have his hat on. i've never seen him without his hat on. so, anyway, the group behind me, you know, thomas spoke to that they're always there. they are always there. and as a former captain of bayview, i can tell that you this group behind me, whether it was midnight basketball which wouldn't have gone off the way it did without them, or some of those scenes he described, many of those scenes where, again, nothing happened, but it didn't happen because the right people were in the right spots, having the right conversations, that know the right people to make it just so. i mean, i think the bayview right now is a quieter place than it once was. and i think if we're going to capitalize the momentum, we not only need this group and everything they do, but we need more. so, when he spoke about the men and women that stand behind him, i have been standing here before and they've been behind me before and it's relaxing for me to know
last weekend. chief greg suhr says, one of his officers was justified in opening fire on a suspect. kron 4's j.r. stone is following the story and talked with chief suhr. >> reporter: this is a picture of the air gun. according to suspects, they pointed the gun had a group. >> over primary duty is to protect life. >> reporter: there were two different groups said 17th/valencia. according to the police chief, they saw somebody pull out a gun and pointed it at the others. that is when the police opened fire. >> it sure looked like a new, real guns to me. and i ever covered a lot of guns. i would not be expected for the officers to make is split second decision to compromise the safety of the public. >> reporter: the one person is in stable condition. >> right now, we do not know the involvement of the buy standard. >> reporter: pam, one of the questions i asked is that is this gang-related. at this point they're looking into that but they do not know the answer. >> pam: this investigation continues. one person says that he is blind and has been a target of violence and is now more co
de san francisco, greg suhr, take vo ---termino hoy con varios meses de especulacion sobre si ordenaria que sus agentes porten pistolas de descarga electrica para controlar a sospechosos... ---suhr, informo hoy que las limitaciones del programa piloto que tenia contemplado implementar y que habia sido sugerido por residentes de la ciudad durante reuniones comuntarias, seria mas daÑino que benefico... ---de haber sido aprobados, los aparatos no serian utilizados en ancianos, sospechosos muy delgados, o aquellos que estuvieran cerca del trafico entre otras restricciones. .. topvo cesar ---pero mientras en san francisco le dicen no a estas pistolas... ---en berkeley, un representante del sindicato de policias de la ciudad informo que el mes pasado, realizaron una encuesta a 19 mil votantes registrados, para preguntarles si estarian de acuerdo con el uso de los aparatos... ---de acuerdo a declaraciones hechas por el presidente de la asociacion, por el momento solamente quieren iniciar una conversacion con la comunidad y determinar si un plan de ese tipo seria viable en el futuro.
, but they are on high alert as a caution. the police chief greg suhr said he is keeping officers on overtime through the evening commute and bringing others in early tomorrow. san francisco has put its emergency operations center on standby. the boston attack comes as san francisco is preparing for big crowds next month and the america's cup regatta this summer. >> we will look at all of our plans for up come coming events with regard to public safety and, again, we'll make sure those plans are as tight as they ef ever been. >> chief suhr says he expects more than the usual number of reports of suspicious packages over the next several days. >>> oakland police this evening say they have doubled the nirm of officers at tonight's a's and warriors games at the coliseum. police say they conducted a sweep of the two facilities using bomb-sniffing dogs. they checked trash cans and other receptacles around the stadium and arena. there have been no threats but still adding security as a precaution. >>> news of the deadly bombing in boston sparked immediate response in washington dc where officials quickly t
san academicos cesar ---el jefe de policia de san francisco, "greg suhr", anuncio que la subestacion ubicada en el distrito de la mision, take vo ademas de los otros nueve precintos policiales de la agencia en la ciudad, han sido designados como refugios para que los miembros de la comunidad "gay-lesbico, bisexual y transgenero" puedan denunciar delitos de los que hayan sido victimas... ---segun suhr, dichos ciudadanos seran tratados de una forma respetuosa, cortes y compasivos para ayudarles a resolver sus casos... cesar ---ahora veamos como estara el tiempo los proximos dias con javier castro... adelante javier... take pkg take pkg ===roll ticker=== cesar ---vamos a anuncios publicitarios, pero al regresar... take vo cesar ---le tenemos un reportaje desde mexico sobre la reaccion en ese pais ante los atentados terroristas en la maraton de boston... juanfra live la salud de todos. no sólo es una molestia. puede causar enfermedades del corazón e incluso la muerte. no te quedes callado. tu salud y la de tu familia dependen de ello. deportivo con juan francisco ramirez... ---buenas t
is a special day at that site with the mayor and maybe many of you and chief suhr, we will be bringing online in 2014 station 4 which will be housed in a public safety building that's well deserved and needed by the san francisco police department. it's located in mission bay close to the ballpark and as you know there's a lot of growth in that area. tomorrow we will be participating in a topping out ceremony where the final field will be placed. this is a new station, it's an additional station which would include nine new members working per day out of this station. and that's something that we're continuing to discuss with mayor's budget office to bring on additional staffing for that station. we talked a little about the eoa exclusive operating area and the rights. as you stated back in 2008, the state of california made a decision to remove the eoa rights to the 911 ambulance transports here in the city. this basically threw everything into a period of uncertainty, including our budgets and how we staffed. as there were no formal guidelines or procedures for the system as a whole and no
brought huge crowds to market street. there are already private cameras along here. but chief suhr wants more. at a roundtable meeting today he planned to suggest the idea for these extra cameras and this comes after the bombings at the boston marathon that killed three people. cameras along the paths were crucial to identifying the suspects. >> cameras themselves are the gift that keep on giving, cameras and cell phones, that's the evidence on top of dna, that's what juries want to see and prosecutors want to have and defense attorneys dread. >> reporter: police already have security cameras up in some high crime neighborhoods of the city but don't monitor the video live. instead, they will review the tapes ifa crime is committed. again, this is all being discussed today so we don't have a timeline of when these cameras might go up or how many there might be. you're looking at one of the cameras now along market street. i have seen quite a few but chief suhr would like more and we don't know who would pay for them if approved. elissa harrington, kpix 5. >> you have been on market street
lining this major artery through downtown san francisco. san francisco police chief greg suhr wants to be able to tap into the network of cameras especially during big events. >> i'm not talking about monitoring them full-time adoring major even as we have thousands and thousands of people. we live >> and a post scsi and c.s. world of television the one dna everything we can do i do not think there is a person in this country who did not watch on video as the story unfolds. coming up on kron4 news at to help quickly track down the suspects. i would ask everyone to bring in their self fan cameras. >> pam: most of the deal camass bleat belonged to private this is market street which has a higher freak and sweet frequency of video cameras picture. further east on market there are more video cameras. there may be more video cameras for security reasons inside the stores. >> >> reporter: muni buses have video cameras as well. beckham also be a part of a camera network up and down market street. charles clifford kron 4 news >> catherine: two men were arrested in canada today for planning
suhr get the texts on the mornings where we see a victim of crime. and what i usually do is put a face on that. and i get characteristics. young black male. hispanic male. victim, 2 a.m. gunshot wound, sf general, did not survive. and i try to put my own face on that, which is the kids that i see that we try to graduate up. or middle school kids that i would have seen. what could i have done for them. whether some counseling or guidance. or some support to the family. and we can be very creative in this effort. we can show the country by coming together we can do things throughout the whole continuum to provide that support. and we know we have the answers. because oftentimes we have seen those circumstances where we did bring out a troubled family out of a bad environment. but we put them some place and then two weeks later that individual will go back to where they were. and get into a situation. so we know that it isn't just the physical environment we have to change. it's also the internal thinking. who they associate with. what is giving them hope to leave either some of their own
: san francisco police chief greg suhr said today that for now he is giving up on a program to arm 100 officers with stun guns. >> we will go another way. >> the goal was to find a less lethal alternative but he said restrictions would keep them holstered. >> if you have a tool and you can't use it, why have it? >> reporter: some groups say they aren't safe enough. >> the idea they are harmless is false. they carry a risk of injury and death. >> the chief will search for other alternatives. they use bean bag shotguns similar to these. there is also training aimed at keeping officers having from having to draw their guns. >> folks in crisis are a dangerous to themselves. >> reporter: he said a stun gun could have presented aed a death last year. he told us the police commission is to blame for the chief's decision. tasers do save lives. it is indefensible that san francisco can't figure this out. san francisco is one of the last major u.s. sates does not -- cities that does not arm police officers with stun guns. reporting live in san francisco, david stevenson, ktvu channel 2 news. >
, police chief greg suhr dropped a proposal to equip some of his officers with stun guns. the move was going to be part of a pilot program. but the chief now says. the suggestions limiting the use of the tasers. would actually increase the risk to officers and to the public. nearly every other police department in the bay area uses tasers >> there is a break in the investigation of the shooting death of off- duty santa clara paramedic. quinn boyer. boyer was shot last tuesday afternoon, while driving on keller avenue in the oakland >> we've recovered a vehicle but we believe it is associated with this case. we have received cooperation from the community. at a time when we can follow up and corroborate one step further into the investigation. hopefully we will have more information and the information that will lead to a successful charge bringing his charges to justice and closure for the".the victim's family" >> pam: crimestoppers is offering a $10-thousand dollar reward for information leading to the arrest of the shooter in this case >> jacqueline: 77 degrees in napa. 70's and
the ceremony to union square. gregsan francisco police chief greg suhr said someone put a bag down and then left. authorities say in the end the bag turned out to be harmless. >>> sirens blared at 5:11 a.m. this morning as they do every year to commemorate the earthquake. another tradition, the fire chief repainted the only working fire hydrant the way the earthquake hit. the earthquake and fire killed 3,000 people and left much of san francisco destroyed. >>> san francisco homeowners are being ordered to address the safety risk of soft story buildings. new tonight at 6:00 p.m. ktvu's dave s with the -- david stevenson with more. >> reporter: san francisco mayor says buildings similar to this one face a deadline to become seismically safe. >> reporter: on this anniversary of the 1906 earthquake and fire san francisco's mayor signed a seismic law. it targets 3,000 soft story buildings that may collapse in a strong earthquake. >> 58,000 people live there, buildings contain 7,000 workers and small businesses. >> reporter: several buildings collapsed in the 1989 earthquake. since then
chief greg suhr -- tonight's meeting is at 5:00 in downtown high school. >>> in over night news a man was hit and dragged by a freight train near oakland jack london scare. the engineer noticed a man laying near the tracks and began to break. the side of the train clipped the man and dragged him about half a block. >> he may have been laying down on the tracks prior to the train coming or next to the tracks prior to the train coming and didn't wake up until he got struck by the train. >> police also say the man may have been under the influence. he had major head injuries and was taken to the hospital in serious condition. union pacific is handling the investigation. >>> a dumpster fire at san francisco international airport is under information this morning. we want to show you a picture that sent to us by a viewer. he says he was walking out of terminal two just before 11:00 last night when the emergency sirens went off. he says there was a lot of smoke coming up from beneath the arrivals level between terminals two and three. that fire was put out and no one was injured. right now
with private cell phones or security cameras. san francisco police chief greg suhr wants to beef up security along market street. not everyone is happy about that. chuck nevius, what is the debate about? >> this is interesting to see how it plays out. there has been a great change in surveillance and cameras. cameras have come up in front of stores and store fronts. those have been useful. i think most people are fine with that. every time a law enforcement officer proposes a sweeping larger style of camera, we get push back. >> what is the difference? >> it is haphazard. we are trying to get the police department to get businesses to put cameras out on the street. there was a push at one point to have anyone that sold liquor be required to install a video camera in front of their business. there was push back on that. the majority of the businesses do have them because it is a good thing and it is safe and it helps them and feel better. it is between being mandated and having it happen. >> the civil liberties people -- they have issues with it because it is a before/after thing. the cameras
about securities at next month's bay to breakers race. but san francisco police chief suhr told kpix 5 news not a lot can be done in open street races. >> it would be a needle in a haystack. we just need to open the eyes and ears. >> are we going to be doing bomb sweeps at the america's cup, at bay to breakers? >> to be honest with you, we do more bomb sweeps than anybody is ever aware of. >> reporter: after 9/11, cities and police agencies set up new security protocols and as far as we know tonight, liz, none of those protocols have changed. >>> it's become one of the iconic shots of the boston bombings. a 78-year-old runner describes the moment he was knocked to the ground at the finish line. >>> it is going to be a chilly night tonight. lows in the upper 30's to mid 40's. 45 for vallejo. find out when we're going to go from the 40's back to the 80's. >>> plus, a glitch that saved a lot Ñáçwçñ ♪ ♪ ♪ if loving you is wrong ♪ ♪ i don't wanna be right ♪ [ record scratch ] what?! it's not bad for you. it just tastes that way. [ f
. >> all right. thank you, tori. >>> 7:31. san francisco police chief greg suhr is considering a major security change to market street. >> reporter: people say they are okay with this idea that the chief is broeting to set up surveillance cameras along -- floating around to set up surveillance cameras along market street. the chief essentially wants to put surveillance cameras up along market street so they can keep an eye on large crowds during evants and parades that take place -- events and parades that take place. san francisco has videos set up in high -- in high-profile places but they don't monitor them. they look at them when they need to. the supervisor and the chief want to give police the schoals they need to re-- tools they need to respond to trouble. one man i talked with a short time ago, said he's fine with more cameras as long as they are used in the right way. >> personally, i would agree with it. for day to day, i don't see the point, it would be a misuse. but for parades. a lot of people a lot of times they -- the police just can't handle it all of the time. >> repo
michelle obama visited aaron last week. >>> san francisco police chief greg suhr is considering a major new security move in the wake of the boston marathon bombings. alex savidge is joining us live to tell us you may be seeing more cameras out there on market street. alex. >> reporter: this is all being prompted by last week's terrorist attack at the boston marathon. and in that case we know surveillance cameras were key to catching the two bombing suspects. now already as we probably have seen, there are a lot of private security cameras up on buildings all along market street, but right now chief greg suhr is pushing to have more cameras installed. cams as that will -- cameras that will be monitored by the police department. it will give police a continuous picture of the crowds. now san francisco already does have cameras that are set up in high crime areas but police don't monitor them in realtime. they only take a look at the video after a crime is taken place. now the chief is planning to present this idea from market street cameras during an upcoming hearing on event safety. supervi
close to traffic, young people. there were many restrictions placed on them. the police chief suhr announced last night there were too many restrictions and three is worried that the police officers would pause and thing of the issue when they may not have time to think so he was withdrawing the proposal. the aclu applauds the decision and the group considers tasers dangerous. >> they are not an alternative to firearms and not nonlethal. they are less lethal and carry a risk of serious injury and death of the the idea is taze certificate a simple alternative to a firearm is false. >> that is what supporters of tasers like, the idea police having a nonlethal option. they prefer tasers to a gun. i asked the aclu what method would they prefer to a taser and they think officers, dispatchers need to be trained in solutions such as deescalation techniques, not drawing any kind weapon at all. we reached out to the police department and police chief and the police unions for their thoughts and comments but we have not heard back from them. >> thank you, amy hollyfield. >> a federal judge i
not understood]. chief suhr, 911 director lisa hoffman and several of her colleagues. on a personal note, corey immigrated here from the philippines as a teenager and she's been a dispatcher in the city and county for eight years. it is clear how valuable you are to the city family. there are so many people who wanted to be here today to recognize the work and the work of your colleagues, but most importantly we want to thank you in helping to keep our community and our residents and first responders safe. thank you very much. (applause) >> thank you, supervisor jane kim for this recognition and to the other members of the board of supervisors. i would like to acknowledge the presence of our deputy -- i mean the director and [speaker not understood]. our deputy director lisa huffman, the department of emergency management, especially my friends and coworkers. supervisors, you guys have the best coworkers out there. i would like to give this honor to every single person at dispatch. every day their composure is tedtion. your resolve is shaken. frustration may set in yet we never fail to deliver.
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